The new version fixes some regressions in the install part of the scripts.
The uninstall script must be edited manualy for now on Sun/Oracle Solaris to work (replace sudo with pfexec).
This is not a problem on opensolaris distros
Just reuploaded all the mslb 2.6 releases for solaris, linux and bsd so they use the uu-installer version 2.1.
This will make the installer work on all the platforms again :)
In a few minutes i will also release uu-installer 2.1 and the QT4Solaris links
Yesterday i noticed a regression in the uu-installer 2.0 which prevented the and from working, this have now been fixed and is now being tested. I will release the new version as soon i get time.

I also went around and updated me OpenSolaris virtual machine to OpenIndiana (continuation of the OpenSolaris Project) and managed to compile QT 4.7 on the first try!, this time as a dynamic library.
I will still keep the static 4.5 version available because it still has its uses.
With OpenIndiana i will be able to provide QT4Solaris as x86 binaries that works for Sun/Oracle Solaris and OpenSolaris/Indiana
uu-installer v2.0 is now released and the bsd version of mslb is currently using it for installation of itself :)

uu-installer v2.0 lets you make a library archive for all binary files in the files folders and it is much more customizable.

mslb v2.6 includes a settings window now and the search logs supports regular expressions :)

check the project pages for download links
Hi i have just improved uu-installer and it's now version 2.0
the improvements are:
  • More flexible install posibilities
  • Add more than 1 binary executable
  • Add more than 1 desktop file
  • will now take no parameters and will gather ALL libraries for ALL binary files
  • now generates an uninstaller! :)

i will release the new version of uu-installer along with mslb2.6
uu-installer the Universal UNIX-Installer is now available for download!
Check it out on the projects menu.

uu-installer is aimed to make it easier to redistribute binary packages to unix platforms, however it has a drawback!

* It can not be used to distribute applications from one architecture to another (32bit applications installed on 64bit system)
* It can not be used to package an application on 1 platform and then be installed on a different platform